Japanese Garden for Companies

The Japanese Garden, the perfect spot for a peaceful and cultured meeting


The Japanese Garden in Hasselt arose from the friendship relationship that lasted more than 30 years between Hasselt and the Japanese city of Itami. With its 2.5 hectares, it is immediately the largest authentic Japanese Garden in Western Europe.

The Okando (glass pavilion) has been open since September 2015 and can be used for meetings, workshops or group receptions.

The Japanese Garden and Okando (glass pavilion) are mainly used for Japan-related events or for activities within the working of the Japanese garden. Private parties and other activities that are not Japan related or do not fall within this operation are not allowed.

In addition, it is of course still possible to reserve creative activities or cultural activities for your event.

Send your request to japansetuin@hasselt.be

See you soon in the Garden!

You have two options (please notice that it is not possible to rent the Garden in the months November, December, January and February due to maintenance works):

First, you can rent the Okando or Glass Pavilion, which can seat 49 people. It is an open space of 60m² with a tiny kitchen added to it. The price is € 250 for 4 hours or less and € 400 for a full day. This price is without the entrancefee which every person will have to pay individually or when you are with a group greater then 15 you get a discount of €1,5 a person. If you want to rent the Okando later then the standard openinghours of the Japanese garden then the entrance fee will be doubled.

Second, you can rent the entire Japanese Garden without access to the buildings. The price is € 300 for 4 hours or less and € 500 for a full day. When you rent the entire Garden the entrance fee won't be charged.

Do you also need inspiration for your meeting, team building, conference, staff party in Hasselt?     
Meet in Hasselt likes to think along with you. As a free service from the City of Hasselt, they are happy to take over your time-consuming fieldwork, and fully base on your wishes.

Click here for more info: https://www.visithasselt.be/nl/meetinhasselt